Rich Pietras

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The Power of Diversity in Action

The Power of Diversity in Action

A Colombian immigrant shows the way for other future scientists.

Brooklyn College Professor Tackling Toxic Algae Blooms

Brooklyn College Professor Is Tackling Toxic Algae Blooms

Jennifer Cherrier’s all-natural ecoWEIR system is being tested at Prospect Park.

Finding the Researcher Inside

Finding the Researcher Inside

Samori Harris dives deep into issues surrounding race and the criminal justice system.

Photo Album

Photo Album

After a painstaking restoration and upgrade, the clocktower and cupola on the Brooklyn College Library building will be as good as new and better.

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Theater Professor Justin Townsend Earns Two Tony Nominations

Theater Professor Justin Townsend Earns Two Tony Nominations

His lighting designs for two smash Broadway musicals make theater world’s most prestigious shortlist.

Alumni Authors Earn American Book Awards

Alumni Authors Earn American Book Awards

Ocean Vuong ’12 and De’Shawn Charles Winslow ’11 ’13 M.F.A. Recognized for Their Contributions to Multicultural Literature

Focused on Food for the Greater Good

Focused on Food for the Greater Good

Health and Nutrition Sciences Professor Melissa Fuster wants to help restaurants get healthy.

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Brooklyn College the Most Ethnically Diverse Campus

U.S. News & World Report Ranks Brooklyn College the Most Ethnically Diverse Campus

The college was also found to be a leader in graduating students with the least debt and for being a social mobility engine in the North Region.

Innovative Vision

Innovative Vision

Peter Tolias, Ph.D., the New Dean of the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, vows to grow opportunities for student success in research in STEM fields in a post-COVID-19 world.

Star Power

Star Power

Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema hires Academy Award–nominated film producer Richard N. Gladstein to help lead the next generation of diverse cinematic voices.

Not Business as Usual

Not Business as Usual

The new dean of the Murray Koppelman School of Business is looking at its programs with a fresh eye.

Psychology Major Wins Award at Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

Psychology Major Wins Award at Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students

Samuelle Delcy’s work focuses on developing psychological tests to assess cognitive abilities in people with psychiatric disorders.